Let me describe your typical morning…You wake up all on your own, completely refreshed and have ample time to shower, get dressed and do your hair. You’re greeted at the breakfast table by a row of smiling, patient faces. You fry some eggs and bacon as you dexterously dip and cook the French toast, all while the coffee steams in the background. Your toddler of course doesn’t bother this process at all, and most certainly doesn’t grab the egg carton off the counter and smash it onto the floor.
Kudos to you if your morning actually looks like this! But more often that not mornings can be a rushed, chaotic mess. And trying to fit a nutritious breakfast, that even your pickiest child will love, in the mix can seem impossible.
Hurried MorningsMornings can be rushed for a variety of reasons. Maybe everyone was up too late the night before and caught some extra zzz’s. Or maybe the dog decided to use your clean, but not folded yet, laundry pile instead of the outdoors to do his business. And just maybe that laundry pile had all the school uniforms in it.
Even if you homeschool, you don’t want to spend all day on your morning routine. Even if your kids aren’t in school yet, or you don’t have kids, you still don’t want to waste tons of time in the mornings.
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